BHAIRAHAWA, 19th Magh, 2079
Rupandehi Campus and Rotaract Club of Bhairahawa recently held a successful Traffic Management Awareness Program in Rupandehi Campus Bhairahawa.
The program was graced by the presence of the chief guest, Assistant Campus Chief Min Prasad Sharma, and the special guests Campus Chief Laxman Gyawali and Traffic Police Inspector Shakar Raj Panthi, along with guests Sub-inspector Dev Bahadur Bista and Hawaldar Narendra K.C.
Inspector Shakar Raj Panthi conducted a session for the students, educating them on traffic rules, ways to prevent accidents and the proper use of zebra crossings.
Speaking about the program, Rotaract Club of Bhairahawa’s President, Rtr. Ankit Paudel, said that the main objective of the event was to raise awareness among students about traffic rules, as more and more college students have become victims of accidents in recent days.
Over 100 students from the BBS and BEd programs participated in the program, which took place from 7 to 9 am. The students found the program to be very informative and useful.
“I believe that programs like these are crucial in spreading awareness about traffic rules and road safety among the young generation,” said Chief Guest Min Prasad Sharma.
“Inspector Shakar Raj Panthi’s session was very enlightening and it has opened my eyes to the dangers on the road,” said a student from the BBS program.
The Traffic Management Awareness Program organized by Rupandehi Campus and Rotaract Club of Bhairahawa was a success and it aimed to educate the students on the importance of road safety and traffic rules.